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These Christmas cactus are well rooted and ready to grow! Photo of plant in hand is similar to what you will receive. First picture is the most current (taken at the end of November) when the plant was blooming. It is currently not blooming.

Once flowering ends, place succulent in a cool spot(50-60 degree range) near a window for two-three weeks. This will allow the plant to onset more flower buds for flowering later in winter. This process can be repeated through winter!

Care Instructions: Only water plant when soil looks completely dry, or if plant begins to look wrinkled. Keep Christmas Cactus near any window where they can get bright light. They do not require direct sun, but will a lot of times develop an attractive red/purple hue to this foliage if left in full sun. Make sure to use cactus soil or a well draining soil like pine fines. If using as a wedding favor, place gravel, charcoal, or something coarse in bottom of item that the Christmas cactus is going in. This will help keep the plant from rotting when watered.

Note...plant does not come with pot.

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If you are interested in purchasing multiple items/quantities we will ship together. Please message us with your zip code and items interested in purchasing for a more accurate shipping rate.

Due to extreme weather conditions we may hold shipments. We do this so your items are in transit on days that will best accommodate the plant. We attempt to ship early in the week to avoid packages sitting in the post office an extra day. If we need to hold shipment we will contact you.

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Pink Christmas Cactus Zygocactus x "Cristen"